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Portable Kit Can Recover Traces of Chemical Evidence
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Diagnosis of Two Rare Childhood Diseases Improved
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New Test for Cancer and Diabetes Biomarkers
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Novel Approach to Understanding Brain Function
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Multi-target Compound Analysis of Pesticides
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Abstract
Compared to classical approaches by triple quadrupole instruments, an ESI-TOF MS solution allows to screen a high number of targets within one LC-run and without the loss of sensitivity; it allows identification of unknown peaks based on accurate mass and isotopic pattern information (SigmaFit) while data can be archived and reprocessed later for additional compounds as well as data can be profiled for further statistical evaluation.

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